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Human-Machine-Interface (HMI)

Human-Machine-Interface (HMI)


Products

2x2 Key Click Board

The 2x2 Key Switch Click Board has a 4 button keypad. The click allows multiple key presses and has a debounce circuit composed of 74HC32 quad 2-input OR gate from NXP and the SN74HC14 Hex Schmitt-Trigger Inverter from Texas Instruments. 2x2 Key click is designed to use either 3.3V or 5V power supply. The buttons can be independently read.

MIKROE-2152

£10.80

4x4 Key Click Board

The 4x4 Key Click Board from MikroE is a standardized compact add-on board featuring a densely packed 16 button DTMF keypad and two 8-bit shift registers. It is designed to connect a 4x4 matrix keypad to a microcontroller or microprocessor without using too many I/Os. All the inputs made on the 4x4 keypad are processed by a pair of serially connected 8-bit parallel-in serial-out shift registers.

The keypad is also capable of registering multiple key presses at the same time. It is compatible with all MikroElektronika compilers.

MIKROE-1889

£13.20

Analog Key Click Board

Analog Key Click is an analog keyboard on a Click board™. It contains six tactile pushbuttons, used to select one of six different voltage levels. The idea behind this click is very simple: six resistors form a voltage divider. The resistors are connected in series between the VCC and the GND. Each button selects one of the six middle taps, allowing six different voltage levels to be selected. The voltage is available at the AN pin of the mikroBUS™, which is additionally protected by an operational amplifier, configured as a buffer. This allows both protection and a proper impedance at the analog input pin of the microcontroller.

MIKROE-3409

£16.80

Button G Click Board

Add a simple pushbutton functionality to your design with the Button G click. While the user has a freedom to choose from a range of onscreen user interfaces, the tactile feedback from pushing a physical button is hard to replace. The user can set it up depending on the device/design requirement. Any application that user a user-interface design and requires the tactile feel and feedback of a hardware pushbutton, Button G click seems to be an ideal choice. On press, the button is designed to send an interrupt signal to the target board microcontroller. The initial.

MIKROE-2040

£11.88

Button PLAY Click Board

Button PLAY click is a very interesting interactive gadget on a Click board™. It is an integrated capacitive touch sensor display in the form of a button. By utilizing an advanced capacitive touch sensing technology, the CTHS15CIC05ARROW sensor can successfully replace the traditional mechanical button, allowing very simplified yet reliable user interfaces to be developed. Besides the touch detection, this sensor also features a green arrow icon with backlight, which makes the Click board™ very useful for building various stylized and visually appealing interfaces.

MIKROE-3327

£25.20

Button R Click Board

Add a simple pushbutton functionality to your design with the Button R Click Board from MikroE. While the user has a freedom to choose from a range of onscreen user interfaces, the tactile feedback from pushing a physical button is hard to replace. The user can set it up depending on the device/design requirement. Any application that user a user-interface design and requires the tactile feel and feedback of a hardware pushbutton, Button R click seems to be an ideal choice. On press, the button is designed to send an interrupt signal to the target board microcontroller. The initial.

MIKROE-1901

£11.88

Button Y Click Board

Button Y click is a Click board™ equipped with the tactile switch, sometimes referred to as a pushbutton. A pushbutton is a component that is used very often in various designs, allowing the user to interact with the application. Although it sounds simple, a button needs to comply with a range of application requirements. It needs to have a very good mechanical endurance while retaining its specifications, a predictable bouncing time, a very low ON resistance, very high OFF resistance, and it needs to fulfill aesthetical requirements.

It comes in the package which also includes the mikroSDK™ software and a library with all the functions. The Click board™ comes as a fully tested and approved prototype, making it a reliable device ready to use on the development board.

MIKROE-3262

£11.88

BUZZ 2 Click Board

The BUZZ 2 Click Board carries the CMT-8540S-SMT magnetic buzzer transducer.

The buzzer's resonant frequency is 4kHz. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply.

MIKROE-2720

£14.40

Buzz Click Board

Add sound function to the device in the form of beeps, tones and alerts using the Buzz Click Board. This audio and voice board employs a premium piezo speaker that produces audio signals. This compact round speaker allows the user to create simple audio sounds or voice messages into portable devices. The piezo speaker/buzzer is designed for best performance with a resonant frequency of 3.8 kHz. The Buzz click also features an integrated buzzer driver is connected to either the digital (CS/GPI) or the PWM line. Either of these pins can be used to provide the signal from the MCU to the buzzer driver. This click board is designed to operate using a 5V power supply. The user can solder an SMD jumper to the 3.3V position, when required. It has on-board power LED that denotes the power status.

Buzz click is an ideal choice for introducing audio signalization functionality to any user device.

MIKROE-945

£10.80

Cap Extend 3 Click Board

The Cap Extend 3 Click Board features four capacitive sensor pads integrated on the PCB, that can sense touch through a variety of different materials. This click can sense touch through plastic, wood, or even metal, thanks to the proprietary Metal over Capacitive technology. All these materials can be used to protect the surface of the PCB and sensor pad traces, allowing implementation of all kinds of human-machine interfaces and seamless integration of the touch-sensitive buttons into various kinds of front panels. The click also features a connector used for connecting to external sensors.

MIKROE-2883

£18.00

Cap Extend Click Board

Cap Extend click carries a SEMTECH SX8633 low power, capacitive button touch controller. It has 12 pins for connecting capacitive inputs (either touch-buttons or proximity sensors). Any sort of conductive object can be used as an input.

MIKROE-2238

£21.60

Cap Touch 2 Click Board

Cap Touch 2 click is a capacitive touch sensing Click board™ which features the CAP1166, an advanced touch/proximity sensor IC, packed with a range of different touch/proximity functionalities, allowing development of robust and aesthetically pleasing touch interfaces. Besides six touch sensitive channels, the sensor IC has six independent LED drivers, with several operating modes, including touch sensor linking, as well as the pulsing and breathing effects. It also supports Multiple Touch Pattern Detection (MTPD), and press-and-hold function. Capacitive touch sensor inputs are protected from false detection, which can be caused by the low noise and RF interferences, providing a very reliable touch sensing functionality.

MIKROE-2964

£18.00